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Jonathan Goring Wins the National Title

Sunday, October 29, 2006 Click here for all the photos from the National races Full-season box score recap and final points standings TOOELE, Utah – After 13 races, five different winners and nine different polesitters over the course of the season, the championship battle in the 2006 Skip Barber National Presented by RACER came down to a last-race, last-lap, last-corner

Skip Barber National: Q1

Friday, October 27, 2006 TOOELE, Utah – Friday afternoon, the three championship contenders for the 2006 Skip Barber National Presented by RACER — Jonathan Goring, Marco Di Leo and Alexander Rossi — qualified for Saturday’s race one at Miller Motorsports Park. Somewhat of a surprise was Kyle Lawrence (not completely, as his results at Trois-Rivieres will attest), who split-up the

Western Opener, National Finale

Thursday, October 26, 2006 TOOELE, Utah – We asked the locals: It’s pronounced ”two – WILL – a.” Okay, with that out of the way, we woke up to “two-WILL-a” inches of snow! No worries, it wasn’t sticking to the track. Today was a Lapping day for the Regional and National drivers. No time sheets, but the fast competitors were

Skip Barber National Finale

Tuesday, October 24, 2006 Jonathan Goring, Marco Di Leo and Alexander Rossi will be going wheel to wheel this weekend at Miller Motorsports Park. Last man standing wins the SBN title and its $100,000. The 2006 season finale of the Skip Barber National Presented by RACER is this weekend, and yet again, nothing’s been decided. This is the fourth consecutive

Masters National Races 15 & 16

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 Rounds 15 and 16 of the 2006 Skip Barber Masters National were at Road America. Multiple champion Chris Willcox held a sizable points lead over Peter Ludwig and Dick Lippert and in fact could have clinched his fourth Masters title. Except that he wasn’t at Road America. Out sick, Willcox’s absence provided a tremendous opportunity for

Eastern Finale at LRP

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 Your 2006 Eastern Region Champions: Left to right, A.J. Riley, Championship Division; Bill Hammer, Masters Division; and Julia Landauer, Sportsman Division. There have been 31 Eastern Region Race Series finales – 1976 was the first year – and it’s not an exaggeration to claim that this year’s was one of the best ever. The racing was

Karting Shoot-out News

Monday, October 16, 2006 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Skip Barber Racing School LLC, organizer of the largest and single most important event for karters transitioning to racecars – the Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shoot-out – today announced the names of 12 karters who, based on their 2006 accomplishments, have won scholarship invitations to this year’s Karting Shoot-out, January 12-15, 2007, at

John Edwards: Atlantic in ’07

Monday, October 16, 2006 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Rising racing star John Edwards has extended his contract with Red Bull and announced that he’s signed with Forsythe Racing for the 2007 Champ Car Atlantic Championship. Edwards, 15, began his racing career – as so many other racing stars have – with Skip Barber Racing. At the age of 12, Edwards became

Midwest Finale at Road America

Tuesday, October 10, 2006 By all accounts, the Midwest finale weekend at Road America was one of the best ever. That includes the racing, the fun, the banquet – the whole kit-and-kaboodle. When the last race was checkered on Sunday, our champions were: Peter Ludwig, Championship Group; Mark Fee, Sportsman Group; Ludwig the Masters title-winner; and John Greist the Grand

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